2000 Alpine Skiing World Cup

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The 34th World Cup season began in October 1999 and concluded at the World Cup finals in March 2000. The overall winners were Hermann Maier and Renate Götschl, both of Austria. Maier set a new record for total points in one season, with 2000. This would not be eclipsed until Tina Maze garnered 2,414 in the 2013 season.[1]

Men[edit]

Men's overall results[edit]

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Place Name Country Total Points
1 Hermann Maier  Austria 2000
2 Kjetil André Aamodt  Norway 1440
3 Josef Strobl  Austria 994
4 Kristian Ghedina  Italy 958
5 Andreas Schifferer  Austria 905
6 Stephan Eberharter  Austria 904
7 Fritz Strobl  Austria 889
8 Christian Mayer  Austria 802
9 Benjamin Raich  Austria 788
10 Werner Franz  Austria 762

Men's Downhill results[edit]

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In Men's Downhill World Cup 1999/2000 the all results count.

Place Name Country Total Points 4United States 6Canada 9Italy 10Italy 14France 17Switzerland 20Austria 23Germany 31Norway 32Norway 37Italy
1 Hermann Maier  Austria 800 100 80 40 60 100 80 50 100 60 50 80
2 Kristian Ghedina  Italy 677 60 32 100 80 50 50 80 45 80 80 20
3 Josef Strobl  Austria 533 7 50 80 50 45 100 80 50 13 22 36
4 Hannes Trinkl  Austria 507 - 100 20 11 60 45 45 60 26 40 100
5 Stephan Eberharter  Austria 454 80 60 45 15 80 36 26 40 36 36 -
6 Fritz Strobl  Austria 453 14 26 50 40 29 45 100 36 50 13 50
7 Andreas Schifferer  Austria 354 32 45 26 100 36 16 40 32 18 9 -
8 Werner Franz  Austria 317 40 3 32 32 24 26 29 45 32 14 40
9 Ed Podivinsky  Canada 298 20 22 60 26 11 60 16 16 2 20 45
10 Daron Rahlves  United States 273 - 16 3 - 3 9 5 8 100 100 29

Men's Super G results[edit]

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In Men's Super G World Cup 1999/2000 all results count. Hermann Maier won his third Super G World Cup in a row. Austrian athletes won six races out of seven.

Place Name Country Total Points 6United States 7Canada 19Austria 26Austria 27Austria 33Norway 38Italy
1 Hermann Maier  Austria 540 100 100 100 - 60 80 100
2 Werner Franz  Austria 371 32 29 80 50 100 20 60
3 Fritz Strobl  Austria 354 15 45 24 40 100 50 80
4 Josef Strobl  Austria 305 26 60 50 100 24 29 16
5 Andreas Schifferer  Austria 294 50 36 24 24 40 60 60
6 Fredrik Nyberg  Sweden 272 36 80 13 45 50 3 45
7 Stephan Eberharter  Austria 246 80 50 - 60 32 - 24
8 Kristian Ghedina  Italy 216 - 40 32 15 9 100 20
9 Didier Cuche   Switzerland 214 22 7 60 80 45 - -
10 Daron Rahlves  United States 183 18 32 26 - 22 45 40

Men's Giant Slalom results[edit]

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In Men's Giant Slalom World Cup 1999/2000 all results count. Austrian athletes won eight races out of nine.

Place Name Country Total Points 1France 3United States 11Italy 13Austria 24Germany 29South Korea 34Slovenia 36Austria 39Italy
1 Hermann Maier  Austria 520 100 100 80 80 100 - - 60 -
2 Christian Mayer  Austria 517 40 15 36 100 32 14 100 100 80
3 Michael von Grünigen   Switzerland 466 80 80 26 50 60 80 32 18 40
4 Benjamin Raich  Austria 420 45 32 12 60 45 100 - 26 100
5 Joël Chenal  France 349 26 18 100 40 16 60 80 9 -
6 Marco Büchel  Liechtenstein 290 - 13 - 13 50 45 60 80 29
7 Fredrik Nyberg  Sweden 279 - 45 24 32 80 - 26 40 32
8 Mitja Kunc  Slovenia 275 22 16 20 20 29 50 36 32 50
9 Kjetil André Aamodt  Norway 259 60 40 50 36 26 18 29 - -
10 Heinz Schilchegger  Austria 233 9 20 13 14 24 7 50 36 60

Men's Slalom results[edit]

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In Men's Slalom World Cup 1999/2000 the all results count.

Place Name Country Total Points 2United States 8Italy 12Slovenia 15France 18Switzerland 21Austria 25Germany 28Switzerland 30South Korea 35Austria 40Italy
1 Kjetil André Aamodt  Norway 598 60 32 22 80 100 36 80 80 18 50 40
2 Ole Kristian Furuseth  Norway 544 - 26 - 50 80 50 60 18 80 80 100
3 Matjaž Vrhovnik  Slovenia 538 26 40 40 60 50 80 45 100 15 22 60
4 Mario Matt  Austria 384 - - 14 - - 100 50 60 60 100 -
5 Thomas Stangassinger  Austria 369 80 60 60 36 6 45 22 - - 60 -
6 Benjamin Raich  Austria 368 - 80 80 32 - 60 36 - - - 80
7 Rainer Schönfelder  Austria 307 20 29 29 15 40 18 100 - 24 - 32
8 Didier Plaschy   Switzerland 281 100 - 100 - - - - - 36 - 45
9 Hans Petter Buraas  Norway 261 45 - 20 - 22 - 29 50 - 45 50
10 Jure Košir  Slovenia 238 15 45 36 8 29 12 24 40 7 - 22
11 Angelo Weiss  Italy 237 - 36 - 100 36 - 20 16 - - 29
12 Mitja Kunc  Slovenia 232 - 9 24 45 24 16 - - 100 14 -
13 Sébastien Amiez  France 190 32 - - - 7 - 32 45 22 32 20
14 Kilian Albrecht  Austria 189 9 5 - 9 9 29 12 24 26 40 26
15 Finn Christian Jagge  Norway 180 11 100 - - 15 9 26 - 10 9 -

Men's combined results[edit]

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In Men's Combined World Cup 1999/2000 both results count. Kjetil André Aamodt won his fourth Combined World Cup.

Place Name Country Total Points 16France 22Austria
1 Kjetil André Aamodt  Norway 200 100 100
2 Hermann Maier  Austria 140 80 60
3 Frederik Nyberg  Sweden 102 22 80
4 Paul Accola   Switzerland 100 60 40
5 Fritz Strobl  Austria 82 32 50
6 Bruno Kernen   Switzerland 81 36 45
7 Werner Franz  Austria 74 45 29
8 Kristian Ghedina  Italy 65 29 36
9 Stephan Eberharter  Austria 50 50 -
10 Hannes Trinkl  Austria 44 18 26
Antoine Dénériaz  France 44 20 24

Women[edit]

Women's overall results[edit]

Place Name Country Total Points
1 Renate Götschl  Austria 1631
2 Michaela Dorfmeister  Austria 1306
3 Régine Cavagnoud  France 1036
4 Isolde Kostner  Italy 878
5 Brigitte Obermoser  Austria 806
6 Sonja Nef   Switzerland 789
7 Špela Pretnar  Slovenia 714
8 Anja Pärson  Sweden 704
9 Martina Ertl  Germany 701
10 Tanja Schneider  Austria 695

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